Our Beautiful Beaches
Traditions hang tough as change comes to the barrier island.
From the bustling boardwalk to the changing downtown, family-friendly diversions are easy to find.
An intimate Shore hamlet opens its arms to lobster lovers.
Jersey's gambling mecca has some aces up its sleeve this summer.
Opened in 1979, when gambling was legalized in Atlantic City, Bally's offers various styles in four hotel towers, American western-themed gaming areas, award-winning restaurants, a relaxing spa, and designer shopping destinations.
Jersey Shore Eats
Sunnyside up or over easy? A tide of tasty choices await you at these lively Shore eateries, where tank tops and flip-flops fit right in.
Seven Mile Island's most satisfying dining spots.
Places to Stay
The barrier island is ripe with inviting hotels and resorts.
These lodgings will ensure your beach getaway is pleasant.
The Cape May Sea Salt Company, the latest project from project-loving chef Lucas Manteca, is turning Jersey ocean water into fine salt that aims to be “sensual.”
The right school, the right weather and the right beach are essential for novice wave riders.
Sculptor Laura Petrovich-Cheney's latest exhibition, "By the Block," repurposes fragments of wood salvaged from the ruins of Hurricane Sandy.
Our Jersey Shore Beach Guide App will make planning your shore getaway a breeze!
Decades after his family revolutionized surf rescue boats, Tom Van Duyne still makes them the old-fashioned way, by hand.
New Jersey's craft brewers produce an array of lighter beers to slake your summer thirst.
Historic Viking Village in Barnegat Light, Long Beach Island, is many things: an active commercial fishing dock, a dining destination, and also, a shopper's paradise.
From seafood festivals to baby parades, these are the shore events you don't want to miss.